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  • Eötvös Loránd University - Cognitive Science (joint degree program)
    in a wide area of fields including both humanities and science thus providing an appropriate background for a multidisciplinary field such as cognitive science The skills and knowledge gained during the programme can be applied in a very wide area of basic research applied research and jobs outside the academic field The students will have the opportunity to work with distinguished researchers on various projects in the university laboratories or join research in our partner institutions They will have the opportunity to participate in international collaborations on research projects and the chance to do international training with one of our partner universities Career opportunities and Job examples The program provides graduates with the necessary theoretical intellectual and empirical tools to pursue an academic career Ph D program in cognitive science or in one of the disciplines related to it Apart from basic research graduates in cognitive science increasingly find work in applied research prospective career fields include the IT sector interaction design usability knowledge management etc education and biomedical and clinical research as well as economy The generic skills such as teamwork ability to communicate reflection and evaluation skills ability to quickly learn and adapt acquired by graduates are of use in a variety of careers in the private sector Graduates of cognitive science are especially suited to work in highly interdisciplinary area bringing experience in mediating between disciplines These include the fields of IT and education see above as well as the areas of consulting human resources and science writing Admission requirements Language requirement A good command of English Documents to submit with application Bachelor level degree Transcript of records CV Motivation letter Entrance exam fee Other Reference work Official English translation of the Bachelor level diploma if the language of the original is not Hungarian or English Official English translation of the transcript of records if the language of the original is not Hungarian or English A certificate of disadvantaged status if applicable A certificate of disability status if applicable A certificate of child care allowance GYES if applicable A language exam certificate other than English at least level C1 if applicable A certificate of placing in the top three at the Hungarian OTDK the Lajos Kardos competition or other science competition if applicable Copy of the main pages of the passport needs to be valid only in case of an entrance exam via Skype Further comments if needed Please note that if you obtained your Bachelor s degree outside Hungary then an evaluation of your previous studies a credit evaluation is mandatory The degrees listed below will give you an idea of what is required Unconditionally accepted Bachelor s degrees Psychology Computer Engineering Software Engineering Biology Liberal Arts Philosophy Specialisation Conditionally accepted Bachelor s degrees and credit requirements to compensate missing background Liberal arts Communications and Media Studies Business Information Technology Applied Economics Economic Analysis Hungarian Linguistics and Literature Language Technology specialisation and Theoretical Linguistics specialisation Pedagogy Biochemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Architecture Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineer Mechatronics

    Original URL path: http://www.elte.hu/en/master/cognitive_joint (2016-02-03)
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  • Eötvös Loránd University - Ethnic and Minority Studies
    Thus it is a key function of the Program to provide the expertise necessary for this effort in the concrete European space while on the other hand much of the research analyses the scientific methods as well as the Eastern and Central Europe experiences has relevance for those who study ethnicity race and majority minority relations elsewhere in the world Structure of the program On Faculty website Strength of program The program offers a systematic study of inter ethnic relations minority problems and processes in post communist societies within a comparative perspective Moreover it provides background knowledge behind major trends in economy politics society social policy social geography and social psychology of the countries in the region It introduces students to basic skills which are necessary not only to understand but to intervene in inter group conflicts likely to occur in ethnic communities urban neighborhoods industrial workplaces political organizations trade unions mass media etc In the curricula of the program theory research experiences applied knowledge and intervention skills are joined together to provide a unique interdisciplinary academic opportunity and a training ground for future minority policy experts As a benefit of expected international participation the program creates an international community of students who speak English and come mainly from countries where problems of ethnic and minority relations are rampant Consequently various viewpoints can evolve and therefore a specific balance of the student body is promoted Extra curricular activities have been designed to place students in various internships where they become acquainted with real life minority situations to offer field trips for more direct experiences and to introduce students to an active research culture in a supportive framework Career opportunities The modern principle of multiculturalism protection of minority rights equal opportunities anti discrimination and new challenges of inter cultural integration of modern societies request more and more academics who intend to carry out research or teach about ethnic diversity and inter ethnic relations In post industrial welfare societies there is a growing need for policy makers or expert advisors in issues and conflicts between regions nations ethnic groups minorities and majorities in Hungary or various parts of Europe There is a considerable need for these types of professionals today and this demand in the future will even increase as the historical legacy of Eastern and Central Europe the renaissance of the national spirit the intense immigration and frequent ethnic and minority conflicts make the task of managing and reducing ethnic tensions more and more important Job examples We expect that our graduates can find jobs in the different public or private agencies like in public governmental organizations and the minority self governments in public education in research institutes in the media in civil organizations and NGOs and in all such programs and projects that aims to promote the successful social and cultural integration of minorities into the dominant society Admission requirements Language requirement TOEFL iBT minimum overall score of 80 at least 20 in each section or IELTS minimum overall band

    Original URL path: http://www.elte.hu/en/master/ethnic_minority_studies (2016-02-03)
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  • Eötvös Loránd University - The Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology (DCGC)
    perspective Structure of the program Mobility is integral to the DCGC programme It takes place at many different levels geographical cultural intellectual disciplinary institutional and virtual When candidates apply they indicate a provisional mobility pathway which is discussed at the time of application and finally agreed during the first semester of the programme The mobility is shaped by the research project the research theme to which the candidate is allocated and training needs In the course of the programme all candidates have mobility periods in at least two partners and many have mobility in three or even four partners Strength of program A focus on emerging culturally relevant global criminological issues including international security transnational crime and criminal justice green criminology human rights social change and exclusion The alliance of global and cultural criminological perspectives with innovative research methodologies and a combination of unique expertise in cultural criminology green criminology transnational organised crime research human rights research and qualitative methodology Collaborative European and international cooperation involving four centres of excellence and four distinctive cultural contexts each providing different yet complementary specialisms supervision and training in an integrated programme Interdisciplinary provision with a unified criminological focus and approach and a balanced input from the social sciences Kent Hamburg and law Utrecht Budapest In addition to training in transferable employability skills an emphasis on the competence of global critical citizenship directly relevant to and emerging from mobility between the university and non university sectors located in wider society Directly related to supervised research in areas relevant to policy and social action as well as the key transversal competency of citizenship work with a range of local national and international organisations in the governmental non governmental and criminal justice sectors An integrated structured training programme incorporating core taught courses and a range of specialised courses offered by each of the centres which can be taken according to the research path of the individual Career opportunities At all stages the programme focuses on skills for employability The personal development and career plan is designed to ensure that from the beginning of the programme candidates focus on career and employment objectives and in meetings with supervisors this will be the subject of regular review In the first semester a workshop will be led by a member of the Careers Advisory Service of the University of Kent about the identification and development of key employability skills Candidates will be encouraged to use work placements and internships to develop their career objectives The generic and subject specific training will emphasise skills and competences for employability The wide range of associated members and the interaction and contact that the candidates will have with these partners will enable both the associate partners and the candidates to establish effective contacts for future employment Job examples Employment opportunities will include a wide range of high level research teaching training policy and consultancy positions in national and international NGOs and similar third sector organisations departments schools of criminology social sciences and law

    Original URL path: http://www.elte.hu/en/doctoral/dcgc (2016-02-03)
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  • Eötvös Loránd University - PhD Program at Doctoral School of Literary Studies
    ca EUR 30 Registration fee Other costs Offered for the academic year 2016 2017 yes Start program 1 September 2016 Deadline for applications September intake 15 April 2016 Is there a February intake no Deadline for applications February intake n a Short description Program in American Studies covers American literature history linguistics cultural studies and other aspects of the Humanities Structure of the program 6 semesters two taught courses per semester to be followed by two years for writing a PhD dissertation final exam defense of the dissertation Strength of program An in depth study of the U S as a culture and civilization Career opportunities Education higher education media tourism services diplomacy international relations Job examples Journalist TV anchorman high school teacher college professor researcher diplomat tourist agent Admission requirements Language requirement Language competence of Level B2 or higher Documents to submit with application Master level degree CV Research plan Letter of recommendation from the Doctoral School Programme Application form Certificate of clean criminal records Copy of application fee transfer Other 1 Certificate of language competence level B2 or higher 2 List of publications if the applicant already has publications Application procedure e g entrance exam Skype The applicants will be interviewed by an admission committee entrance examination in May June 2016 In this interview they will be asked about previous university achievements the individual research plan and the scientific competence in the field of interest The interview can be conducted via Skype The Doctoral Council of Humanities decides about acceptance or rejection on the grounds of the admission committees reports done following the interview The decision is to be expected by July 2016 More Information Website http www btk elte hu en phd admininfo Contact Head of School Head of Program Name Prof Dr István LUKÁCS Prof Dr

    Original URL path: http://www.elte.hu/en/doctoral/literary_studies (2016-02-03)
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  • Eötvös Loránd University - PhD Program at Doctoral School of Philosophy
    the Ph D Program in Philosophy at Eötvös Loránd University Budapest The main scope of the program is logic and formal approaches to philosophy of science first of all philosophy of physics and mathematics We also offer courses and research topics in the field of philosophy of language and formal semantics The Logic and Philosophy of Science program operates in cooperation with other Ph D programs in Philosophy at Eötvös University especially with the program in Analytic Philosophy There is coordination and several points of connection between the two programs in the areas covered courses offered student supervision and program requirements The Logic and Philosophy of Science program is open to both Hungarian and foreign students who hold an MA MSc degree either in philosophy or in some other relevant field All courses of the program are available in English The discussion groups seminar sessions consultations and exams are held in English except if all participants speak Hungarian The head of the Program László E Szabó The faculty includes Hajnal Andréka logic logic and physics Balázs Gyenis general philosophy of science philosophy of physics formal epistemology history of science Zalán Gyenis logic and model theory Gábor Hofer Szabó philosophy of quantum physics probability Judit Madarász logic logic and physics András Máté logic philosophy and history of mathematics Péter Mekis logic formal semantics István Németi logic logic and physics László E Szabó formal approaches to general philosophy of science philosophy of physics quantum mechanics space time causality philosophy of mathematics Gergely Székely logic logic and physics Zsófia Zvolenszky formal semantics philosophy of language The Analytic Philosophy Ph D Program is part of the Philosophy Doctoral School at Eötvös Loránd University ELTE Budapest We offer courses and dissertation supervision in most areas of analytic philosophy The Analytic Philosophy Program is open to both Hungarian and foreign students who hold an MA MSc degree or equivalent in philosophy or in some other relevant field Most courses offered in the program are available in English with discussion groups seminar sessions consultations and exams held in English except if all participants speak Hungarian The Analytic Philosophy Program operates in cooperation with other Ph D programs in Philosophy at ELTE especially with the program in Logic and Philosophy of Science There is coordination and several points of connection between the two programs in the areas covered courses offered student supervision and program requirements The head of the Analytic Philosophy Program is Zsófia Zvolenszky Core faculty members offering courses and supervision in English they are based at ELTE Institute of Philosophy unless listed otherwise Gergely Ambrus Tibor Bárány Budapest University of Technology and Economics Gábor Borbély László E Szabó Miklós Márton ELTE Faculty of Law András Máté Péter Mekis Anna Réz Judit Szalai János T zsér Zsófia Zvolenszky Further faculty members affiliated with the program Zsuzsanna Balogh independent researcher Zsolt Krokovay ELTE Philosophy Zoltán Miklósi Central European University Szabolcs Pogonyi Central European University and Veronika Szántó ELTE Philosophy Most faculty members have been teaching seminars in English

    Original URL path: http://www.elte.hu/en/doctoral/philosophy (2016-02-03)
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  • Eötvös Loránd University - PhD Program at Doctoral School of Linguistics
    9000 ca EUR 30 Registration fee Other costs Offered for the academic year 2016 2017 yes Start program 1 September 2016 Deadline for applications September intake 15 April 2016 Is there a February intake no Deadline for applications February intake n a Short description The programme offers a preparation in general and Romance linguistics with special consideration for the historical development of the Romance languages Potential PhD projects in Romance Linguistics may fall into the following areas phonology morphology syntax semantics lexicology onomastics pragmatics historical linguistics dialectology language contact sociolinguistics field linguistics and language documentation typology Structure of the program Obligatory courses Phonology Romance phonology Morphology Romance morphology Syntax Romance syntax Semantics Romance lexicology Optional courses courses on the history of the Romance languages or courses taught in other linguistic programs may be chosen Admission requirements Language requirement Language competence of Level B2 or higher Documents to submit with application Master level degree CV Research plan Letter of recommendation from the Doctoral School Programme Application form Certificate of clean criminal records Copy of application fee transfer Other 1 Certificate of language competence level B2 or higher 2 List of publications if the applicant already has publications Application procedure e g entrance exam Skype The applicants will be interviewed by an admission committee entrance examination in May June 2016 In this interview they will be asked about previous university achievements the individual research plan and the scientific competence in the field of interest The interview can be conducted via Skype The Doctoral Council of Humanities decides about acceptance or rejection on the grounds of the admission committees reports done following the interview The decision is to be expected by July 2016 More Information Website http www btk elte hu en phd admininfo Contact Program leader Name Prof Dr Gábor TOLCSVAI NAGY

    Original URL path: http://www.elte.hu/en/doctoral/linguistics (2016-02-03)
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  • Eötvös Loránd University - PhD Program at Doctoral School of History
    Assyriolog pdf 4 Atelier European Historiography and Social Science Doctoral Programme Short description The doctoral programme of the Atelier Department entitled European Social Sciences and Historiography was established in 1997 as a sub programme of the History PhD School at Eötvös Loránd University The main goal of the six semester long PhD course is to prepare the PhD students that they could write and defend their theses The programme was founded and functions in the spirit of the French Annales School Consequently interdisciplinary approach meticulous methodology and the application of scientific criticism in historical research characterize our teaching The PhD course is made of doctoral seminars which are mainly organized about the historical phenomena and problems represented within the topics of Historiography Culture and Social Space For English and French speaking students the teaching is based on tutorial seminars about the same topics In addition regular lectures by visiting scholars conferences and doctoral journées d études help the students to broaden their academic horizon and to deepen their own doctoral research The professors of the programme participate in several academic networks in four continents The Atelier Department is part of the network of the École des hautes Études en Sciences Sociales of Paris since 1988 what allowed more than fifty Hungarian students to study with a co tutorship agreement between Budapest and Paris Structure of the program For more information please visit http www btk elte hu file Study Unit List Hist European H pdf 5 Egyptology Doctoral Programme Short description The Doctoral Program of Egyptology is an integral part of the Doctoral School of History of the Eötvös Loránd University It provides a three year six semesters program of advanced study and research by supervised study required to be conducted within the University The degree of Doctor of Philosophy PhD is awarded to the candidate successfully fulfilling the requirements including thesis preparation submission and examination governed by the rules of the Doctoral School of History Admission to candidature for a Doctor of Philosophy PhD is governed by the provisions set down by the Doctoral School of History Within the framework of the program the number of doctoral candidates students enrolled annually after a successful entrance exam depends on the number of applicants On average this is one person per year funded by state sponsored scholarship Entry is also open to self financing applicants Preferred research areas of the program are ancient Egyptian history archaeology art religion and literature philology and historical linguistics phonetics and historical Egyptian Semitic Hamitic comparative studies reconstruction and etymology as well as the history archaeology and art of the central Nile Valley Nubia Program director Tamás A Bács associate professor Program members supervisors and lecturers László Török full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences honorary professor Gábor Takács associate professor Gábor Schreiber senior assistant professor Andrea Hasznos assistant professor and Balázs Irsay Nagy assistant professor Structure of the program For more information please visit http www btk elte hu file Study Unit List Hist

    Original URL path: http://www.elte.hu/en/doctoral/history (2016-02-03)
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  • Eötvös Loránd University - PhD at Doctoral School of Education
    Degree Programs Find your program PhD at Doctoral School of Education Under Construction 2015 10 20 2 0 0 8 2 0 1 5 E Ö T V Ö S L O R Á N D U N I V E R S I T Y E L T E A l l r i g h t s r e s e r v e d Address Eötvös Loránd

    Original URL path: http://www.elte.hu/en/doctoral/education (2016-02-03)
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